Steven Kehoe - Ohio State
Sports Imports/AVCA Division I-II Men's National Player of the Week
May 9, 2011
Steven Kehoe- Ohio State University
Senior, Setter, 6-3 (Cincinnati, Ohio- St. Xavier High School)
Photo courtesy of Ohio State Athletics
Steven Kehoe, a 6-3 fifth-year senior setter for Ohio State, has been named the Sports Imports/AVCA Men's Division I-II National Player of the Week. Kehoe, named the NCAA Tournament Most Outstanding Player, directed the Buckeyes offense to wins over No. 3 seed Penn State in the semifinals and No. 4 seed UC Santa Barbara to win the program's first ever national championship. Against the Nittany Lions, he had 51 assists, six digs and five blocks guiding the Buckeyes to a .292 attack percentage over PSU. Against the Gauchos, Kehoe recorded a season-high 65 assists adding nine digs to help OSU hit .329 for the championship victory. In the two matches, he averaged 12.89 assists, 1.67 digs and 0.78 blocks. This is the 13th time a player from Ohio State has been named an AVCA Player of the Week, with this being Kehoe's second. He first took home the honor the week of March 22, 2010. The Buckeyes are coached by Pete Hanson.